The Other Inheritance One girl Two worlds Hunted in both Seventeen year old Reggie Lang is used to dealing with her alcoholic mother and fighting school bullies but fate has thrown her a curve ball A biker dude shows up i

  • Title: The Other Inheritance
  • Author: Rebecca Jaycox
  • ISBN: 9780990829539
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • One girl Two worlds Hunted in both.Seventeen year old Reggie Lang is used to dealing with her alcoholic mother and fighting school bullies, but fate has thrown her a curve ball.A biker dude shows up in her dreams, babbling about magic and a world called the Other As the incidents keep piling up like bringing a frog back to life in class Reggie has to confront the mountiOne girl Two worlds Hunted in both.Seventeen year old Reggie Lang is used to dealing with her alcoholic mother and fighting school bullies, but fate has thrown her a curve ball.A biker dude shows up in her dreams, babbling about magic and a world called the Other As the incidents keep piling up like bringing a frog back to life in class Reggie has to confront the mounting evidence that she s not the normal girl she craves to be.Reggie s life is changing, and she has no idea why Or whether she should believe the man in her dreams, who claims she s in danger and that only he can keep her safe But if there s one thing Reggie will learn, nowhere is safe.

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    1. Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, Aelurus Publishing, Via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Opinion: I haven’t posted in a review in a little over a week, and this book is purely the cause of why. It takes me a day (sometimes two) to read a book, but this book took me over a week to finish. When I was actually reading it, I was skimming through paragraphs whilst doing my best not to constantly roll my eyes at the unattached characters and over-dramatized dialogue [...]

    2. 5 cups of tea!! This book is amazing. It is great to see a female like Reggie who is strong and brave and doesn't need a man. The character and world building are just amazing and I fell in love with the other. If your looking forStoryActionAdventureLove ( not a forced love a real love)Hot men World building And characters your not ashamed to love then this is the book for you. Now I just need the next book in the series :)

    3. The blurb for this book pulled me in. I found myself needing to know who this biker guy was and what this alternate world was. Reggie is a teenage girl who's always been different from everyone else. When she's suddenly able to bring a dead frog back to life during the middle of biology class, things take a turn. That's also when she dreams of a biker guy who tells her of this world called the Other. I liked Reggie, but she believed everything that she was told a little too easily. She never que [...]

    4. I was hooked from the first chapter until the very end!Reggie is just another teenage girl who has had a tough upbringing. Between a dead father and alcoholic mother, she has had all she can deal with. So throw in a power to raise the dead (and do many other things) and a magical other world and she can deal, right? Well, when you had in the fact that some people in the other world wanted her dead while the others want her to lead a revolution, she has no choice but to deal. Then there’s a cut [...]

    5. The MC, Reggie, in The Other Inheritance drew me into this book right from the beginning. She was a bit of an odd bird. Bullied by her peers and known as the 'alcoholic's daughter' she's had to learn to develop a tough skin and a snarky side that I loved. Her situation worsens when she is observed bringing a dead frog back to life in biology class. Her title changes from 'weird' to 'freak.' Add to that the strange Hells Angel dude who visits her in her dreams, the handsome stranger who comes to [...]

    6. Remember the first 10-15 minutes of The Wizard of Oz? When Dorothy was living her simple life in Kansas and dealing with problems based in reality before the twister takes her, Toto, and her house to Oz? But once the house landed in Oz, everything opens up, the story truly comes to life, and you're off and running with Dorothy on this wonderful adventure?That's the same feeling I got while reading Rebecca Jaycox's "The Other Inheritance." The first 70 or so pages read very slow, but each page is [...]

    7. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review, thanks! This is my first book through Netgalley, so I hope I'm doing this right!The good: an interesting 'alternate magical universe' world that is very well built, and explained as the character learns about it, not through painful infodumps. The magic system is interesting and well thought-out. Also there is an extremely charming Changeling. The pacing was good as well, and had me wanting to stay up late to find out what hap [...]

    8. I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review, thank you!I was inclined to give this book three stars at first but after thinking on it for a bit and letting everything settle into my mind I decided it really deserved another star.It was an original, action packed, and fast paced read that was drawing you into the world of the Other with every chapter. The characters were witty and comical and the plot was unlike any other. I appreciated Reggie's fast and humorous comebacks every step [...]

    9. A highly enjoyable story of an ordinary girl thrown into extraordinary circumstances.Read my full review here: yabookscentral/yaficti

    10. Received an ARC copy for an honest review.The Other Inheritance is a book that grabs you from the beginning and makes you wonder what could possibly happen next. The Other is a unique and original world that is both beautiful and scary. The characters are likable, witty, and easy to care about. Most teenagers feel flat and stereotypical in novels, but both John and Reggie feel like real teenagers dealing with real emotions and judgmental peers outside of the magic that has entered their lives. I [...]

    11. The beginning of the book was a bit weird for me, almost as if the book started in the middle of the beginning. Reggie had already been visited by Rhys multiple times and has brought a dead frog back to life in the middle of science class, However I quickly got past my confusion and immediately begun to like Reggie and sympathize with her life. Her mother Arlene is a Alcoholic and so Reggie is in charge of caring for her and her mother. Plus she is constantly bullied at school and only has one f [...]

    12. Jaycox’s young adult debut The Other Inheritance offers something for every reader, whether they come some heated kissing, intense magic scenes, or diverse travels across a new world. Violence, romance, and resistance abound. Though the immersive fantasy tendencies of the narrative often overshadow its portal fantasy frame, Reggie and her companions' fight promises thrills, danger, betrayal, romance, and more. Join Reggie as she comes to terms with her magic and struggles to master it — as d [...]

    13. We start our story meeting Reggie, a young adult who has had a sad start. She has lost her father and her mother has turned to drink from the loss. She is a social outcast at the best of times, so when a biology lesson results in the unexpected reanimation of a frog at her hand, she finds herself a laughing stock and utterly confused with her ability. That’s not the only issue that Reggie is dealing with, visited by a man named Rhys in her dreams she learns that her father was not all he has s [...]

    14. BOOK REVIEW: THE OTHER INHERITANCEThe Other Inheritance (Book One)By Rebecca JaycoxPublished by Aelurus January 2017Summarize: Reggie was your average teenage girl, well almost average, she could bring back things from the dead. She mostly brought back frogs and beetles, though only on accident. After loosing her father to what some say death (no body was ever found) and loosing her mother to alcohol and pills what she craves the most in normalcy. Unfortunately, that is not what she is! She is p [...]

    15. 3.5 stars*I received an uncorrected proof of this book in exchange for feedbackIn "The Other Inheritance", Reggie Lang discovers she has a strange power, and this discovery leads her to a hidden world of magic and monsters, where she is either going to join the resistance or fall into the hands of this world's evil oppressor. Her guide in this world is the mysterious Asher, and many more magical allies and enemies are introduced along the way.While the high fantasy, hidden magical world angle of [...]

    16. Pretty interesting book!!!! Love Reggie!!!! I  really  loved  the first  book in this  series. I thought Reggie the heroine in the story was very interesting  and wasn't  a weakling. She could  get herself out of trouble without having  to be rescued  by a big strong guy all the  time. Reggie's love  interest so far is okay, I really am not all that sold on Asher as her soul mate.  I  really like her friend John  and another character named Brwyn more, so far. I  am not all tha [...]

    17. The Other Inheritance is one of those books where you think you're not very far into it, when you realise you're 70% in and it's going to end soon. It's only then you realise how far the story has come, and how much has happened. The story takes a natural progression and is paced really well.The story follows kick-ass Reggie on her search for her father's friend Rhys in the Other, a neighbouring realm where magic, giants, elves and witches exist. Asher was sent to Reggie to bring her to the evil [...]

    18. This book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest ReviewBeautiful and truly magical work! Rebecca Jaycox is a truly creative and whimsical writer, the blending but yet keeping separate two worlds who so truly belong together working side by side. I loved how different the two worlds were from each other but how they shared a lot of the same qualities. I was fascinated by everything in the Other, how people lived, how they travelled and how there lives differed from the people in [...]

    19. The story starts with Regina "Reggie" becoming aware of a power she never knew she had. With that she has to learn what's really happening to her. She has her friend, John, who doesn't think she's crazy. Her mom is an alcoholic. Something bad happened to her and she hasn't been the same. Reggie has had a lot of bad luck. For some reason people just don't like her. Reggie is told that she's very important in a different world. That's where her journey starts and it's crazy!I have to say Brwyn was [...]

    20. Solid 3 stars. I was pleasantly surprised I liked Rebecca Jaycox's debut novel! I thought it was beautifully written. I loved the characters, the character development, the vivid intriguing world, and the dialogue. I was hesitant at first, when I thought the story would revolve around the typical cliche of the 'chosen one' but when it came to it, I wasn't that disappointed because somehow it revolved around every character in the story instead of the chosen one. It's told in third pov following [...]

    21. This is a book I think older teen readers will enjoy. There is a lot of action, fantasy and a little romance. Reggie is a good lead character, she seems to be a normal high school girl who has an alcoholic mother, is bullied by other students and can bring dead animals back to life. When a boy appears and offers help, she is transported to Other world and is now hunted because of her power. I like books that use elemental magic, Reggie has earth magic and is not very good at controlling her powe [...]

    22. ARC via Netgalley I was surprised by this one. By the time I finished reading it I was a tad disappointed that there wasn't more. It suffers from "girl discovers she's special" cliche (by using the entirely new world of the Other) but I didn't find too much fault with how it was revealed. I found Reggie to be a capable heroine but while the relationship between Asher starts off sort of "insta" it gradually goes beyond that and improves throughout the book. I did like the character development an [...]

    23. I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.This is a good read with plenty of action and great characters.The story finishes with you wanting more.I will definitely be reading the next in the series.

    24. it takes a lot to keep me interested in a book and this one did just that. the story and the characters were all great. everthing kept ne wanting to read more and more. I can't wait for the second installment!!!

    25. I feel like this book has a split personality & isn’t sure which audience it’s meant for. Parts seem Y/A, parts seem N/A, parts seem adult. I definitely wouldn’t recommend for Y/A due to the sexual references (though it’s not super descriptive, it’s still referenced multiple times), or the graphic violence. That being said, why do some parts feel so geared for Y/A? I’m not even sure what age Reggie is, since it never says in the story, or even refers to what grade she is in high [...]

    26. I received this book from Netgalley as an early release review copy. I really enjoyed the book, the writer has a great style and way with words. I wasn't expecting to enjoy this book that much but was pleasantly surprised! The only drawback for me was that my copy I downloaded seemed to be missing passages where the text would just cut off - this was very irritating but despite that, I still enjoyed the story.This book reminded me of several other series I've read so I'm afraid it doesn't get bo [...]

    27. Good storyThe story is very good. Very captivating. It kept me up way past bedtime. But the warning of mature content is very accurate. While nothing is shon , sex is a very open topic.

    28. Special thanks to netgalley for providing me with an e-arc for an honest reviewThis was a quick read for me. I disliked it more than I liked it. With that being said there was a few things that I did like but mostly, there was stuff that I didn't like. I do plan on finishing the series. Just not anytime soon. I plan on having a full in depth review up on my blog soon. I rated it a 2.5 stars

    29. I received this book from net galley for an honest review. Thank you!!This book was a good read and different from what I usually read. I enjoyed the characters and the plot. Two worlds, the Real and the Other exist in parallel with each other. The Other has magical capabilities, with elves, witches, humans, giants and the Real dilutes the magical abilities. Regina, "Reggie" Lang discovers the ability to bring creatures back from the dead, which freaks her out. She is an Aether Mage, having bac [...]

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